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Hello Insert a lens cleaning disc into it, and play it at least three times, after eject the inserted disc. You can buy this cleaning disc from most of the electronic spare part selling shops at your town. If the fault is due to accumulation of dust or dirt on the focussing lens, the cleaner disc will clean it, and your set will be alright. If this does not help you, make sure that the laser pickup unit of your device is faulty. Replace it with same type and number. OK.
Various things can cause a CD player not to play a disc which gets inserted. First of which is a bad disc, second is the issue relating to regions as certain regions require particular formats for their discs and finally is a dirty lens. Try running a cd lend cleaner on the system and retry the disc. Hope this solution has been helpful?
Be sure to "finalize" the recorded cd before use in another cd player. Another thing is there are always a few bad discs in a spindle of blank discs... And sometimes you will get "check disc" or "bad disc" when a blank disc is inserted. I would be sure to use blank discs for audio use, not computer use, with your Yamaha.